A gentleman's pipe, befitting a hobbit of standing and decorum such as the master of Bag End, and not some Tookish rapscallion who might run off on adventures, it is perfect for blowing smoke rings and waving good morning at unannounced strangers in pointy hats.
The Pipe of Bilbo Baggins was created for The Hobbit by the artists at the 3Foot7 Art Department. This non-functional prop replica has been created from molds of the original prop used in the film, using the same high impact urethane material as the props on set and finished using the same techniques and materials to achieve the same well-loved look as it has in the film.
Although we use steel and aluminium to make a lot of our swords, often we benefit from the casting of these in a high impact urethane, as we are able to capture the complexity of detail we are wishing to cast into some of our weapons. We have therefore chosen to present our collector's edition of Hobbit weapons in the same material used for the making of the film props, to exactly replicate the techniques and artistry used in the films.
Please note: images are of a pre-production prototype. Each prop is painted by hand and slight variations will occur. The 'brass fittings,' as per the description, are a painted effect. The whole pipe is made of urethane.
This is a non-functional prop replica and comes with a polystone display stand.
Weta Workshop’s authentic prop replicas are designed by the very same artists and technicians who work on our movies, using the same techniques and materials. We treat our prop replicas with the same level of care, quality and attention to detail that we bring to our film work.